The OET Reading Part A test is unlike anything that you’ll see on IELTS or PTE. It’s been designed to mimic the kind of fast-paced reading that you need to do in a medical situation. It’s hard! This blog will tell you exactly what it is and how you can pass it using E2Language.com’s “secret step-by-step method”.
You need to be able to quickly identify the TEXT types.
There are usually 4 (but sometimes 3) of them. These TEXTS might be:
- A research abstract
- Q and A
- A definition
- A short case study
If your OET exam date is nearing, you may need to do an OET preparation course. E2Language.com has OET sample tests for the Reading sub-test including lots of practice for OET Reading Part A. Our course is 100% online – OET online. If you need OET writing tips or an OET writing sample then sign up today!